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rais my son to bester! careful... hi, sweetie. hi, mom. (mom) but just to be safe... i got a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. >> so you've been sock away cash. now the government its looking to cash in. new question about the future of your retirement money as we get word the government wants to help manage it. the head of the financial protection bureau saying that's one of the things we're exploring and we're interested in it. >> i'm a little concerned. >> i'm a little concerned, too. if the government can help manage your retirement fund does that mean it can also borrow from it? the first question is, okay, can the government do a better job protecting my money than i can? if you think about this more, is this about nationalizing our retirement savings and 401k and can the government borrow from hit? 401k savings in the country, $14 trillion and you have baby-boomers starting to retire, and the consumer protection bureau is looking for this phenomenony all these retirees are coming in looking to cash out. >> why do they want access? >> so that the fsb
a subaru. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >>> an artist from syria is lighting up the internet contrasting beauty with the heart break of war. this aimage called freedom graffiti is going viral. it's a destroyed building overlaid with the masterpiece the kiss. looks so realistic. many people think it's an actual mural. the artist fled syria when the civil war started. he said he hopes to some day create real murals when he goes back. also in syria, very important development this week, united nations aid workers brought a loe load of blankets and tents. it is only the second time that the syrian government has led u.n. supplies in that country since the civil war started. some people in syria are now cautiously returning to their towns and what is left of their homes. here's a report from homs. >> reporter: a game of soccer in the rubble of a civil war. after months of heavy fightsing, people are returning to this district in homs. slowly and cautiously. there's not many places in the world where you can feel how fierce and intense fighting was if you go there after the fact. b
... hi, sweetie. hi, mom. (mom) but just to be safe... i got a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. >>gretchen: quick headlines for you. don't call 911 if your car gets stolen in chicago. the new dispatch strategy eliminating police officers from responding to non-life threatening situations. the move is supposed to free up cops so they can respond to more serious crimes. >>> there's a zebra on the loose? but have no fear. not actually real. a zoo in tokyo holding a disaster drill in case animals ever do he is kaeufplt -- animals ever do escape. a zoo employee was in the costume. brian? >>brian: everyone talks about spending cuts. you know the first place they want to cut on the democratic side any way? it is defense spending. they feel republicans will come to the table because they fear defense spending cuts. joining us is concerned veterans for america president who understands what it is like to get the funding and what it would be like not to get the funding. how concerned are people in the military about what could be coming our way march 1? >> very concerne
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